News Roundup! Two For Two In NC, Democrats Have Serious Problems On the Horizon, Economy Is Continuing To Hum Along, Peter Navarro Expects the USMCA To Get A Vote In the House, PDJT Spoke At the 2019 National Historically Black Colleges & Universities Conference, Judicial Armada, States With & Without Voter ID, Red Flag Laws, Parts Of California Are Completely Gone…..

Sorry for no news roundup yesterday. I was busy at work and couldn’t get to it. I will put more information in this one.

We won both special elections in NC yesterday. Dan Bishop won his race in NC-09 (50.8% versus 48.6%) and Greg Murphy in NC-03 (61.5% versus 37.7%).

The Democrats, MSM, Leftists, Never Trumpers etc. will try to convince you our President is in trouble in NC because of the margin of Bishop’s victory in NC-9 compared to the President in 2016. IT IS A LIE!

The race to compare it to was 2018. McCready underperformed everywhere. The tweets below tell you the REAL story. It is TERRIBLE for the Democrats.

Here is more data that shows you why the Democrats are in big trouble in 2020!

From the article linked above:

How important do Democrats think it is to beat President Trump in 2020?

Obviously, most Democrats would say it’s vitally important. Four more years of the Trump presidency could allow him to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court.

Given these consequences, you would think that Democrats would be approaching the 2020 campaign with a ruthless sense of purpose. But they’re not, at least not yet. They are not focusing on issues that expose Trump’s many vulnerabilities. They have instead devoted substantial time to wonky subjects that excite some progressive activists — and alienate most American voters. Recent polls suggest that the Democrats really are increasing the chances Trump will win re-election.

When reading this article, remember the tweet above about Roberson County, NC.

From the article linked above:

President Trump’s job approval rating in rural areas of the Rust Belt and Great Plains states is at 60 percent, markedly higher than his job approval rating nationally, according to a new poll commissioned by Democrats

A Change Research survey sponsored by The American Federation of Teachers and One Country, a group with close ties to former Sen. Heidi Heitkamp (D-N.D.), found that 60 percent of voters from non-metro counties in Colorado, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin and West Virginia approve of the job Trump is doing.

All of those states voted for Trump in 2016 with the exception of Colorado and Minnesota. Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin went red in the 2016 election for the first time in decades.

He gets 97 percent support from rural Republicans and 51 percent support from rural independents.

NOTE: Never forget that Money talks & BS Walks (see below)

The Change Research poll found Trump’s handling of the economy is at 61 percent positive in rural areas, including 55 percent of rural independents who say he is doing a good job on the economy.

Speaking of money talking, the Economic Train is killing her enemies!

From the article linked above:

  • Economic data continues to defy expectations that the U.S. is facing a recession over the next year.
  • One gauge, the Citi Economic Surprise Index, is at its highest level since February and measures the data against Wall Street estimates.
  • Job openings remain abundant while small businesses cite a lack of qualified workers as their biggest challenge.

The labor market and the broader economy are both better than they look on the surface, and in fact have been mostly defying the continual patter of recession expectations.

By multiple measures, the U.S. is staying ahead of the global slowdown, the trade war with China and the bond market’s implication that the decadelong recovery after the financial crisis is coming to a close. Stocks are back near record highs as investors shrug off the wave of fear.

One gauge in particular shows how much the economy has defied downbeat forecasts.

The Citi Economic Surprise Index, after nearing its lowest level in two years in June, this week was at its highest point since February. The index looks at actual economic readings against consensus forecasts, so it will rise when expectations are too low and fall when optimism runs too strong. The latest move, then, can be seen as a recalibration of Wall Street’s overriding pessimism.

I agree with Peter Navarro. The pressure on Nancy will be to much for her not to bring the USMCA to a vote before the December break.

From the article linked above:

  • The USMCA trade agreement with Canada and Mexico could be hamstrung if the Democrat-held House refuses to bring it to a vote.
  • But Trump trade advisor Peter Navarro expresses optimism.
  • Asked about the odds of passage this year, Navarro tells CNBC, “I’m going to give it a 100% here because it’s so important.”

“I’m going to give it a 100% here because it’s so important for this country and I can’t imagine that Nancy Pelosi would not put this on the floor to at least have a vote,” Peter Navarro told CNBC “Squawk Box” host Joe Kernen in an interview Tuesday.

“I mean, as you know, there’s some progressive politics going on: They want to take our cars and our cheeseburgers, our private health insurance, raise our taxes and then give the money away to illegal immigrants for health care,” he said of the Democrats. “I don’t think that’s who Nancy Pelosi is. I think she is going to do the right thing on this and get the job done.”

I love when Peter Navarro goes after the WSJ (Defenders of China)!

Yesterday, PDJT delivered remarks at the 2019 National Historically Black Colleges and Universities Conference at the Renaissance Washington, D.C. Downtown Hotel. BELOW: Video and Transcript

Here are some short clips.

From the article linked above:

Unfortunately, President Trump will never get the credit he deserves for all he has done for HBCUs. Those accomplishments include:

  • Moving the White House Initiative on HBCUs back under the auspices of the White House
  • Placing the executive director of the White House Initiative on HBCUs in the White House and on the Domestic Policy Council
  • Relieving four HBCUs from $322 million of past Hurricane recovery loan debt
  • Maintaining about $80 million in HEA Title III carryover funds for HBCUs
  • Re-chartering the HBCU Capital Financing Program Advisory Board
  • A $35 million increase in funding for the Strengthening HBCU program
  • A $9 million increase in funding for the Strengthening Historically Black Graduate Institutions program
  • A $1 million increase in funding for the Strengthening HBCU Masters program
  • Support for year-round Pell grants
  • Executive Order 13779, or the White House Initiative to Promote Excellent and Innovation at Historically Black Colleges and Universities
  • Ordering federal agencies to develop annual plans to boost HBCU competitiveness and set up an interagency HBCU working group

The Trump Judicial Armada will grow with 6 new District Judges later today.

For those that are interested, the tweet below tells you which states require photo Voter ID, some form of Voter ID and states that don’t require Voter ID.

TrumpSoldier put together a great thread. He went into details about the 15 states that don’t require some form of Voter ID.

Dana Loesch put together an excellent thread on why you should oppose Red Flag Laws.

Representative Jim Jordan continues to fight for our 2nd Amendment rights.

California is in serious trouble because of their homeless situation. It is only going to get worse!

I agree with Terrence. This is the America I know and love.

Our President continues to fight for those two young boys and all of us!

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